I'm sure every other little boy is just the same, but Thomas loves superheroes. He is always wanting to watch the cartoons and films about the characters but I have found that buying books is a little hard.
They all seemed to be suitable for older children, the writing was too small for Thomas to read and the books were long which can get boring for a 4 year old.
Random House have come up with a whole new range of books suitable for younger children. The DC Super Friends range is perfect for youngsters who are just learning to read the basic vocabulary.
We were sent 4 books from the new range. Two stories, Crime Wave and Hero Havoc and then a sticker book and an activity book.
These books are perfect for capturing the attention of smaller children with the short stories that young ones can understand. The stories are short, use recognisable, basic words and are all in short sentences so that the little people find it easier to read.
Both of the stories are just the perfect size. Thomas can just about manage most of the words, some of the names he struggles with, but for a 4 year old to read a whole superheroes book and be able to relate and understand it is great.
The sticker book is always going to be popular. I'm sure every child enjoys putting stickers everywhere. Thomas' toy box is covered in them! I like this sticker book as it still has pictures in it so that you can find suitable stickers and put them on the pages to create your own stories.
Thomas' favourite is definitely the activity book though. Better than a usual activity book as it is all wipe clean. You can simply write on it using the pen provided and then there is a cushioned rubber on the bottom of it for when all the activities are completed.
I love it as not only is it fun for Thomas to get to do the puzzles, but it is also helping him learn motor skills, writing and counting too.
Overall, both Thomas and myself love this range of books. A great choice of characters to follow and lovely little stories, stickers and activities for youngsters to keep themselves occupied with.
The books are available on the Random House website to purchase.